My birthday

Is it weird to wish myself a happy birthday? I turn 32 on Monday, June 30th. The conversations with my mom have become increasingly hilarious. No matter what we’re talking about, she manages to masterfully weave in an Aesop-style fable about the importance of getting married right now. Ramit: “I’m going on vacation for my birthday.” Mom: “That’...

Win free Netflix for life

After my latest launch, I scheduled time to watch the trashiest, most lurid reality TV. If anybody tried to find me, my calendar said, “DO NOT DISTURB -- BUSY.” If you had seen me during those “BUSY” moments, I was actually sitting on my couch, eating a bag of popcorn, and watching Netflix. I LOVE Netflix, and I’m giving ...

5 fascinating articles I’ve been reading

Last week, I flew in a bunch of my team members to NYC for meetings on new things we’re building for you. We have some AWESOME new projects we’re working on for you (some out to 2017). Since I was working from 5am-11pm on each of those days, I decided I could write you another 9-page blog post ...

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How to create explosive growth in all areas of your life

Yesterday, we talked about “inspiration junkies” who look for pretty pictures and inspirational quotes instead of actually doing anything to improve their situation. Today, we’re going to go deeper. All I ask is that you take ONE action after reading this post. Otherwise, I swear I’m going to take a black marker, write words like “energy,” “spirit,” and “...

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My Free Insider's Kit will show you how to earn more money

When your goal is overwhelming

Years ago, I actually hired a firm to help with social media. They posted those stupid inspirational quoteboard pictures, saying things like “If you dream it, you can do it.” Or: When I logged on and saw that picture, I almost threw my laptop out of my window. Can you imagine me ever saying anything like that? After I explained ...

How to give advice without being a jerk

I have a feeling I'm going to be really bad at dying. Here’s my plan: In my old age, about a year before I die, I'll start joking to my kids about what my last words should be. They'll get really mad and sad and shift uncomfortably in their chair because, really, who wants to talk about their dad ...